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PURE CREAM TAFiTAR.
81000. Given ,
If alum or hiiv t mj 1 1 1 !' i i n I ,i l n k en 1 1 be found
in An.lrows1 rortrlll.vViMK Powder. Im
lively PURE. lii'inuriiiluiM'il, niul liv-liiiuitiiiiN
rvccool If mi Mich t'lu-lui Me S. Jiiimi llnjs Ito.
tm; M. jx'livl'oiitiiino, nf i'Iiu.iivi; ini'l liiisUivus
Hode, Milwaukee. Never-. ld In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A, CO.
Ifi M ln':iitl A V. 2,V. .V '.I'll K. liter r'
l"1. IMPV ("lV4ttt In. w-iirnuileil i-atiil-
faetor.T to ItH wnnmi' iiu'vcrv nv,
or tlic money will Im reluinltwl 1 .V
tlio pet-goti from wle'i" il wnoli'ii:lit.
Tli ! v '.r-t pronoun I l'v N';.lli;ir .li .Man I
KOI llillirl hi. I.. II,.- weaver, hum. I .1 l v I"'!"- '''
n'"'lR iMiicKH.br Mull, iv. ; I'ni'J'
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Abilnmlnul ( (r hi'm r '?" Ntir.li., -M
Health I'rcxTvli.it Ulue W.OU. JWaon
M.lrlKiit orlliirf, I .id.
r"or .hI. br It-mllni lfciil It.-uh r. i imnliwi'.
ciur.Uio cmw x .. ' iit.'ufo. in.
l a tirrpamUon nf Protoxide or Iron, Peruvian
linvk niul 1 1 io rimsphuirs. Bhsncbite.1 with tlm
(ii t;ihlo AroiontltM. Kudoim-d by the Medical
l'mfiwliii. ami n i- .niiiti'iil"1 li' tli.-m for !.?
.rpilit. (irnrrnl lohllll.r. t'rmiilt IHa
ranri, tVmil Vll.-ilil.r. .Nrrvou t'roa
Irollnn, 4'iiinl,,eii,p from I'ri'fii
nnd Chronic ClillU find I !. Ilamt
every purpose where a Tunic In uvuvi Kary.
Kanafacfnred by Tlie Dr. Harlcr Jlfdicino Co,, SI. Louis.
The follow Im Is onn of the very many tetllDO
Dials (.' aid ri-urivluKdall) :
G'oiin"! ftntiio tliriM1 liinntlis nuo I lioan tli
DP of Hit. lUiu kh'h I in N Tumi', njion the ail-vti-p
of mmv frliuitlf wlm knew lt vli'lucd. 1 wi
HIVrlliB tro'm I'licntl ill lillliy In null an rxli'iit
that my lutior iim-xi'f f illnuly Imnli tiHimte tome.
A vacation of a month ill'l not irtvc mo nun II te
llrf, but on trie- contrary, win followed ny In
crcawd prolr;itlotl all' sin k lii(r rhllla. At thll
time I btgan tliennc nf your Iiion Tunic, from
which I roalliP'l almost tiiimciliate ami Mimlcrllil
rcmilta. Tht'olil i'netrv n iunn '1 umt I IoiiihI Dial
myDatiir;il force a not iwi niaiicnlly iilmtoil. 1
hare iist d throo holt leu of thtiTtiMC. Hm o tialuff
it 1 have (low twice the Inlmr that I ever illil In the
vaiuc tlnif 'lining my lllucsn, ami v illi ilontiln the
fae. Willi Hits lniiiiiill nene ami vliiiirof bmly,
lia come ii a clearness of thniwlit ni ivr licfor
enjovH. Ii tlie Tunic lias not done Ui work, 1
know uut Tilui. I ylv U C ITllll.
J. 1. WATSoSi,
Troy, 0., Jaufl, 1873. PasUirt lirlatluii Cbunlu
Salc by Drugirlsts and General Doa'ers Every wher
HoHtc't r n SIomih'Ii llitii r i i 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 1 a tlvMiop
iilawlth urea nf ccrl'dnl ( mi l roiiiUliii' Hill"
any known rvini'dy, anil Ik ii iii.i t o unn invito
rani, aipc:i,i;r an i Hi I lo Hun linn '1 hcnc nro
not em .ty aHi rtlotn, a ihoiiunil i f our conn
Irrmi-n utni winnim who Imvc ixpiriiiicpil lt
'ffw.t are awari', hut ae hm kcil up liy lrrori;n
lile iirooff. I h Hitter alo iiv a In alJilnl atlin
uluto the nriiia'y orK.ina
For aalc hv all liriijiHin uml ilcalorn Ki'tiurally,
A vmll'i il onilii.,1 i
linn j way. f-.T ..ii., ii. .,t, ., . j .. ,,,,;;
Iiaviuir truil in v.i.iM'i, r. . i ,, ,1., ,.,'. ,i
cover. il a )ich il . .,. .. iil, I, ),,.. ,' . ". ,,, j
l.i ln IcIIjw., iiii. in' ,.Hr., j .1 ), i v I
dciudii: oric nimr
. '""'" I'lewninion ni one ot ma
moat nolwl and ruirrtsMul neciiillnii In (Iih C s.
tnow r"llrc(li lor ttifcnri'iif Ari ioiiK Inability,
lAtml Mah9atl. Wrnhnrm ami Itrrau. hi nt
In plain ea.v-'-iivcln'rei. liriikkiaUiun III) u.
Addrew OR. WARD A CO., Louitiani, Mo:
Vn4 mura tha
lent t tw rieiKW la enrlnu it' o iiir IiihiT, Hkln nnd
Wrftkiir, Ounorrhifit. r)plillttU muA Minurlul
Aflriln prrlnlii' rrt-4 on .inlith- ini.-ii',
Kb n4 ur i-'iU'lM. ( nil r rli fur ,tt nf gui.
(a Im nvwnrr'1 ht tlnwdfiinnn trmnin'm hr tun,,
((rMaufrlNfsiii Hpturh..til'(Hiii ihtir w1ilrrA
4 Irani nmtttiw in lltlr tnnimtp, Il mt trun.
A4drM, lilt. 81'TTf, M H. th M.. hi. Li.nU, K
tATAMAHiLD VVEU HI. hi 1 1 EAUM
TO fffl 13 B fifth
m m Mm
I CELEBRATED 8 J
Ilinncrtoirn I'linrmiiio- lt
"Itouml Mv IItm.sc." iii vin ir " iiwuunt
of sovornl years' ri'siiliMX't) in tlio linr
ijiintly ilistrV't of Franco, them nroNonio
notes (if a conviTaalioii witli nuo of tlm
C:tit:iins in tlio nrniy t'orps whieli (luri
lialdi led to tlm nld of tlie French He
uililie agniiifil tlie (iprinati inviihion in
M70-71. Unit illustrates tlio kind of
away which the powerful personality of
tlie old Italian hero exerted over his fol
lowers, (iarilialdi had just arrived with
ids coininiHid in inclement Winter
weather, at. the city near which Mr.
llamei'loii was livino. His wretched
health prevented him from exercising
much iimncili.'ile personal supervision
over his troops, lie was rarely visiNc,
and, when he appeared, was olilii-d tn
mow about in acarriairc. Soldiers and
oll'n crs spul.e of him as "our father,"
and not its thedcncral. A 'nplain said
to 1 (uiiHMt i in : "We have no iiiciiliiiu
wlialever; hut it is our allcclion for our
fnther.fiarinaltli.that. hindi us toircthei.
It. was not for the 1 rcndi licpulilic that,
wc came here, hut our father came and
we followed liini. Look at tho.e men
on that straw. . Where will they he in a
week? In the orave perhaps, or in tlio
hopital. Some of those fellows aro
well-to-do; others li:tc not a halfpenny ;
the richer ones share with their poorer
lirelhren; hut wlialever may he the dif
ferences of social ot tit ion or military
rank, all the (iarilial'lians feel them
selves ciplal in the presence of their
father, ami all are eipially cared for and
loved . by him. Yes," I itillilcd,
"there has been Ito sili lt inllilenee eer
cised over the ill of men .-iuce . .Icsii i
of Naareth was followed liy his di.-ci-pies,
There have been ol her ereat niil
itary leaders, but- they were worldly
men, and (heir follower.- were actuated
by woi Idly motives. Hut our poor, dear
father, ( iari'ualdi, pi 'ay what has lie to
oiler';1 The liberty to'follow him tlm
deliohi, nf know iii,; that we are m ar
him, and shall sec his facet asionalU,
and hear the times ol bis voice calling
us his children - the pride of beiu his
own, his chosen, who have shared in all
his perils, nnd leave never deserted him
to the last --these are the only rewards
that the beloved father offers,' or that his
devotod children care for."
WIT AND IIUMOR.
"iKin't yon' think Miss lirown H n
Hwrct jjirlr1'" asked Henry. "Oh, yes,
very sweet," replied James; "that is to
say, she in well preserved.
A Connecticut man tp' seventy-four,
anil once worth $1 o.im'mi, has been nr
rested for Moaljiig right cents' worth of
spruce lumber. Poor old man! Not
enough left to pay for his board.
An Kash i n journalof health says that
fating onions is a cure for nervousness.
Jt is generally noticed that the onion
eater is the most complacent man in tho
Kpurgeon has delivered over sixteen
hundred sermons, and yet he says ho
doesn't begin to know the Pible. yet.
That's poor consolation for those who
have listened to him.
A Hetroiter who found a baby in a
tloursack on his doorstep didn't take it
in until he had looked for the XXX'.s
on (he sack. lie didn't care for r second-class
A Mrooklyn deteclivf says that nt
least three out of every tive women in
that city consult a fortune-tellerthree or
four times a year. Tlm other two-fifths
go it blind.
The average lawyer can do more sus
picous work without being debarred
than the average ciueii can do and
keep out of Slate prison, but some professions-were
horn for luck.
(ireece has captured or killed more
than ,!( 0 bandits in tlie last year, nnd
yet the supply is sullicient to gobble up
every traveler w ho looks tts if he could
raise' a dollar and a half on a pinch.
"Dearnie!" said Mrs. Partington the
other day, "young girls nowadays are
not, what their mothers used to be.
Half of them am sufferers from nervous
Some scientist now observes thai even
(lie clani has parasites, lie would havo
obsened as much before if he had ever
noticed the crowd around ti frco chow
der. 'You are a full-of airs as a music
box." is what a young man said to a girl
w ho refused to let him see her home.
"That may be," was the reply, "but. I
don't on wiih a crank."
The way tin1 doctors go to work to
get n billiard ball out of a man's mouth
is to oil bi jaus ami pull mil his front
teeth. It is im operation reiuiring a
great deiil of patience and deep think
ing. There may not. be a panic in this
country for two or three years to come,
but the man who bcis on a horse race
without m ing first posted himself tin
which animal is to be allowed to win
will help contribute to hard times.
That New Yorker who hasn't closed
his eyes in leep for the last thirteen
years has determined to hire out on ll
farm Ihis summer. Inside of two weeks
liis cniphner will have lo haul him out
of bed by the feci to get hiseyes open.
A ( 'hicao belle was to have 1 11
married this week, but the ceremony
has been postponed at the rotiiost.ol
her mother, who is now very tlcshy ami
wauls further lime to reduce herself It
At a young lady's seminary recently,
during an examination in history, one
of the pupils wns interrogated thus
"Mary, did Martin Luther die a natural
de:ilh?'' "No, was the reply, "h wa
CNconinniiiicaled by n bull."
A new .paper agent being told by an
old Inly that il was no use to suhscribi
for the papers, as Mother Shiplon saiil
the world was coining loan end till.
year, said: "Hut won't von want tt
read an account of the wliole affair n
soon ns it is over?" "That. I will," tin
swercl the old lady; and shesubscrilictl.
Some awfully mean scoundrel tilled n
grocer', whi l.y b;urel with rain water
and the rnM Monday morning the su
perintendent of m IiooIs, I he president o:
I he temperance alliance, and twosehoo
teachers came round to the store, ds
lioiineed the iHonished grocer lis I
swindling thief and a iicriurcd villain
and dcmaiifltal luuir $l.i'jl) buck again
OAIUO IllTLLCTIN: SATURDAY MOltNINtf. AUGUST 19, 1882.
M. Macknrf recontly w ithdrew, with
out, giving notice, hi picturo of Sarah
Iiornhardt from tho Vienna salon, and
in its plaeo linog tho jiortrait of a Vien
neso belle, Mine. He Tfschenhnrg. Vis
itors unfamiliar with tho actress's faco,
not knowing of the ehango of pictures,
were thereafter freuiie ally hoard to ex
claim: "Adi, Gott! How fat Surah is
An enterprising jiistico of tho poace
in Uussell county, Alabanm issued a
wairant of arrest for a freedman, charg
ing him with stealing.rations, breaking
his contract, and living in adultery with
a woman. This J. P. is un honest, clover
colored man. Ho framed his warrant
so ns to cover accidents and found
the prisoner guilty of liv ing in adultery,
and thereupon committed him to jail.
Tlie. Russian newspapers announce
that tho Holy Synod is contemplating
tlie necessity'of reducing tho number of
religious holidays, observed by tho
(ireek Church. 'The number of saints'
days upon which workmen have a hol
iday in tlie course of tlin year is 1G0, so
that, instead of doing about TOO days'
work in a year as in other countries, in
Russia, they hardly do more than i.'(K)
Notwithstanding tlio volumes which
have been printed nnd published con
cerning the capricious and gifted Sarah
Hernhaidt. tho fact of her real name not
being Bernhardt lias escaped tho notice
of her biographers mid critics. Her real
name is Saraii Ker-Heinliardt. und slit
dropped thu Ker at. thn reipiesl, nf her
family when she wenton the stage, Her
mother, now dead, was the most dread
ful old woman imaginable, ami would
have delighted the diseased imagination
of Kngcno Sue; hut. with this exception
the Ker-B'Tuliardt family is a worthy
one, and looked at, first with grent dis
taste upon the unsuccessful debut of
Sarah. .oii'o l-'fr.
Hank P.lodgctt, whoforthopast twen
ty years lets followed sea-otter hunting
on the coast of Washington territory,
above Cray's harbor, says that ho now
averages a hundred shots for every otter
obtained. In parly times, when an ot
ter was shot it would come ashore, but
tho animals have become so shy that
unless killed instantly they put mil to
sea. Tht'y can not ho npproachoil now
nearer than six hundred yards. Hlod
gctt nates a Sharp's rifle, 4o caliber, car
rying 120 grains of powder. The fur
of the, sea-utter sells from $7.") to. I'm,
ami it becoming more rare every sen
son. peer of (ierman manufacture has for
some time past been conveyed in largo
quantities by steamer from Adriatic
purls to Aden and other tow nsin Arabia
but so fond have the natives become of
the beverage that a temperance move
ment bus been started in various parts
of Southern Arabia. Tlio religious au
thorities have been prominent in further
ing I lie agitation. At, Muscatit is said
that all the mosques have publicly con
demned ierman beer, ami pronounced
direful future punishment on all who
partake of it. The. Sultan, however,
permits Jews and Hindustanees to seil
the drink, on condition that the object
is medicinal. Tlio number of tho sick
ha.) accordingly increased in very per
A very interesting lecture on appli
ances for working under water or in ir
respirahle gases was lately read before
the Institution of Mechanical ljiginerrs,
London, by Mr. W. A. (ionium. The
first account of the use of a diving-bell
in Kurope is given by Tasnier, who says
that, in l.WS he saw two Crooks at Tole
do, Spain, .in the presence of Charles V.,
let themselves down under water in a
large inverted kettle without being wet.
From this primitive contrivance to tlie
apparatus invented by Mr. Fieuss, of
London, a year or two ago, indicated
the progress of divine, or going with im
punity into places charged with suffo
cating gases. Tlio Flcuss "dress," it
will be remembered, renders the wearer
fpiito independent nf any communica
tion with the on! ci atmosphere, and ho
ran thus breathe with safety wiiilo sur
rounded with a most noxious atmosphere
in mines, or exploit) a wreck for several
hours under water.
Millions (iiven Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discnveiy for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the huge si.D. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, nnd try for yourself. It never fails to
It Wou tPay
alter co much labor and capital Ims been
expended to build up this medicine, to
allow it to deteriorate. You can take Sim
mons Liver Regulator with perfect faith, as
it is made by no adventurers who pick up
the business of concocting medicines, but
by educated, practical druggists who have
made the i-tiidy of medicine and its com
pounds the labor of a lifetime. Tho cute,
precision, neatness nnd perfection exhibited
by the very iippearnnco of the Regulator
proves it to he the best prepared medicine
in the market, and ,1. H. Znilin & Co. fully
carry out their motto; "Ptirissinir et Optima
(purest nnd besO."
"Fkmai.ic complaints" are thu result of
impure blood. Use "Dr. Lindsey's Plnod
Searcher." Sure cure.
Wk urn persuaded that thy nncicnt
Hermes with all the subtle art and natural
resources of the Alchemists, was a very poor
doctor cnmpiiicd with Mrs. Lydia K. Piuk
linm, of Lynn, Mass. Hermes may have
been after all only a clever practitioner ol
the Hint k Art; but wo know there is no
humbug in the pharmaceutical chemistry
of Mrs. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound.
K Jt T. m VT-wm LUII 11111 I
oLKY ' m n i a' i :m m con
INJECTION, laacoflttvn cure for a 1 1 Dlacharma
Bllnirlnsr. Summon antl Palnn.l BriKtm; !JvTO
fR I OO r hott'. Foranlnhy all driia.
cTjTroiprlce. JOHN D. PARK BONS
17 nnd 1 77 Bycamora Bl. CINCINNATI'
miui PlmiM mention Una rini- j.
Koriiluliy BARCLAY BUOi, Calm, III,
Chills and Fever.
Hlininiuia Liver Itcn
Itttor coon break the
rlulla and varrlvt the
fever out ol theayatuni.
I cures when kit other
K r the relief and cure
of thll tllHtreanliiK dla.
eaH uau Slmnioui Liv
Tlio Kenulator will poKltively euro tU tn lo.rlhlo
iIihi'iihh. We UHsci't emphatically what wo know to
tlt on 1 ! not ho reniu'ileil n a trlfilnu ailment. Na
omi ile.mitiula tho utmoKt roKOlartly of the bowels,
i lieicfnrii ashiat nature hy laklnK KitnmotiH Liver
Hejjtiliilor. It Is haruileHR, mild and cltecliml.
One or two tnliloapootifiila will relieve all tho
trouble Incident to a hlllniia Mute, aitch a Natmea
ii,Tln''HH, lirownliii-KH, DlHlrrng niter callus, a hit
ter ImiiI liiHte lit tho mouth.
I'lOKOim may avoid all atlarka liy ocraalotially
tnkint; a iloie of hiinmoni Liver Hcn'iil.itor to keep
Hie liver In healthy action.
ceiierally art wiim trim a disordered stomach, car.
lie inricctcil bvliikini; Sliiiranna Liver Jeiilator.
Simmon Liver ltotailut, r coon eradicate! thla dla-i-iiKe
from the ajStem, lcavlm; thu aklu clear and
tree from till Impurities.
t 'liililn n BiilFerf ru: with collr. imnn experience ro
lief hen HiinmotiH Liver Heiilnlor ta ntltnl nieter
ed. Ailiilla hIhd derive yrvat benellt from thl
niittlciiie. It is not iniploufHnt; It Id luirmleet
H ltd ellci tlvu. Purely veHotnhlu.
BIjA l)UKli& K I lN E Y S
Mont of the rtlKi-aKi's ot the bladder oriirluate from
thoae of the kldlieya. MeMorM the action of the
liver fully tnnl hotfi the kidneys and blunder will
'jT"Talte only Un) ueiiuine, which alwaya ha on
the wmpper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
I'nraitle by all druuvli-ts.
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